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Biden Is a Figurative Suicide Bomber!

From the Right / Wayne Allyn Root /

Our country is being destroyed. It's clearly a purposeful communist attack upon America from a thousand different directions. But the president isn't Joe Biden. He is just the figurehead/puppet. The real president is former President Barack Obama.

This is clearly the third term of Obama. His fingerprints are everywhere.

No president can ...Read more

Will the Conservative Momentum at the Supreme Court Continue This Term?

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

The U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing cases for its new term, following its customary summer recess, on Monday, Oct. 3. If this Court term is anything like the most recent one, conservatives and constitutionalists will rejoice. This most recent term, conservatives achieved secured massive wins on abortion (Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health ...Read more

Never Let a Devastating Natural Disaster Go To Waste

From the Right / David Harsanyi /

Be prepared for Democrats to exploit the devastation of Hurricane Ian to peddle de-modernization. And because there is no conclusive way for anyone to prove that global warming isn't triggering every natural disaster -- and because nature offers a continuous flow of these terrifying events and always will -- the exploitation will never stop.

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Are Biden's 1988 Brain Aneurysms Affecting Him Today?

From the Right / Erick Erickson /

Standing at the podium as part of a White House forum on food and hunger, President Joe Biden began working through the list of people to thank. He made it bipartisan. He thanked several Republicans and got to his friend Jackie. "Jackie, are you here? Where's Jackie?" Biden asked. Jackie is Rep. Jackie Walorski of Indiana who died over a month ...Read more

What Country is the Wall Street Journal Living In?

From the Right / Mona Charen /

The headline of a Wall Street Journal editorial caught my eye: "Arizona's School Choice Election." Writing as if nothing had changed in American politics since 2011, the editorial board assailed Katie Hobbs, the Democratic candidate for governor, as a tool of the teachers unions for her opposition to school choice. The Journal advised that ...Read more

Saint Anita Hill Fights 'Gender Violence'

From the Right / Tim Graham /

Thirty-one years ago, a media-anointed secular saint named Anita Hill uncorked some sexual-harassment charges against Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas that she could not substantiate. Thomas called it part of a "high-tech lynching." But Hill, who became a millionaire author and a professor of "social policy, law, and women's studies" at ...Read more

Is 'Our Democracy' Failing Our Country?

From the Right / Patrick Buchanan /

Asked, "What is an American?" many would answer, "An American is a citizen of the United States."

Yet, at the First Continental Congress in 1774, 15 years before the U.S. became a nation of 13 states, Patrick Henry rose to proclaim that, "British oppression has effaced the boundaries of the several colonies; the distinctions between ...Read more

Are Polls Understanding Republicans' Support?

From the Right / Michael Barone /

Over the last three months, political journalists have been reporting a trend toward Democrats. The Supreme Court's reversal of Roe v. Wade, they have reported, has provided increased motivation for Democrats to turn out and vote. The easing of gas prices from their springtime peak has reduced concern about out-of-control inflation. Biden ...Read more

Bringing a Hollowed-Out Midtown Back to Life

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

As any New Yorker can easily remember, Midtown — the Manhattan neighborhood stretching from 34th St. to 59th St. and from Third Ave. to Eighth Ave. — was once a bustling beehive of corporate activity and commerce.

On a typical weekday, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m., towering office buildings teemed with professionals, food trucks ...Read more

An American in Moscow

When the Trump administration obtained an indictment of Edward Snowden for violation of the Espionage Act of 1917, many of us who believe that the Fourth Amendment means what it says were deeply critical of the government, and we remain so today. This week, retaining his American citizenship, Snowden became a Russian citizen.

Snowden is the ...Read more

The Second Amendment Puts Safety First

The Second Amendment addressing the right of American citizens to bear arms is a touchy subject these days, but its effect on our daily lives cannot be overstated. Being able to protect ourselves in a world that is becoming more dangerous by the day is essential to survival. The right to arm oneself, whether the weapon is concealed or not, has ...Read more

Don't Blame Me for 'Pro-Business' Policies. Blame Government Officials.

During my many battles fighting against cronyism, I have often been accused of being hard on government while letting businesses off the hook. This accusation is weird. Defending the free market is quite different from a blanket defense of businesses. I am pro-business only insofar as I am pro-market -- that is, I'm "pro"-allowing consumers to ...Read more

America's Prosperity and Charity Come from Entrepreneurship, Not Government

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

About 15 years ago, I attended an entrepreneurship education conference in St. Louis. Among the attendees were educators from Great Britain. This was fairly unusual, and I was curious why they would have traveled all the way to the central United States. When I inquired, their answers were enlightening.

They noted that American entrepreneurs' ...Read more

Having It Both Ways on the Pandemic

WASHINGTON -- I have always thought that there was something very odd about this COVID pandemic. From start to finish, it has been entoiled in claims of politics. The Democrats murmured against what dark doings President Donald Trump was up to at the pandemic's outset. Then, when the Democrats took power in Washington, the Republicans began to ...Read more

Meloni Baloney

From the Right / Cal Thomas /

Italy has elected its first female prime minister. Normally that would be cause for celebration by those who promote diversity, but press reaction in Europe and the United States is treating Giorgia Meloni as the second coming of Italian dictator and Adolf Hitler ally, Benito Mussolini.

The leftist press labels those whose policies they oppose ...Read more

Deporter in Chief Obama Condemns GOP's 'Racist' Immigration Policy

From the Right / Adriana Cohen /

With the midterms on the horizon and President Joe Biden's dismal approval numbers causing alarm within the Democratic Party, former President Barack Obama is playing the race card trying to shift the narrative from Biden's failed leadership to falsely insinuating that Republicans are "racists" for opposing mass illegal immigration.

On Sunday ...Read more

Iran's Latest Rebellion, In Context

From the Right / Austin Bay /

On Sept. 13, Iranian Islamic dictatorship "morality police" in Tehran arrested a 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman named Mahsa Amini. The morality police charged her with violating the regime's dress code. She hadn't covered her hair properly, or something.

On Sept. 16, Amini was pronounced dead. The Tehran dictatorship established by the ...Read more

The International Anti-Woke Backlash

From the Right / Ben Shapiro /

This week, Italy prepared to welcome a new prime minister: 45-year-old Giorgia Meloni, leader of the right-wing Brothers of Italy party since 2014. Meloni is a populist conservative on issues ranging from marriage to immigration; she is a nationalist by philosophy and combatively passionate by temperament. A clip of a speech she gave at the ...Read more

Loan Forgiveness With Other People's Money

From the Right / Debra Saunders /

There was a time in America, more than a decade ago, when horror stories of six-figure student debt racked up by graduates with faint prospects and no idea how they'd repay the money led to a rethinking about the cost of higher education.

The average student debt at the time was $23,000.

President Barack Obama launched a program, "Know Before ...Read more

Time for a Commitment to America

From the Right / Star Parker /

Republicans are gearing up for elections in November by drawing a clear line in the sand between their party and Democrats.

Republicans have rolled out what they call Commitment to America. And this is exactly what it's about.

Our country embodies a worldview, and it is that worldview, and the principles that capture that worldview, that made ...Read more